Yes we are! Our registered training organisation (RTO) code is 40787 and you can find verification here. This means that we’re providers of nationally recognised accredited training, such as VET training packages.
An RTO is a Registered Training Organisation. As a Registered Training Organisation, NV College has been through a rigorous compliance process and is registered with the Australian Skills Quality Authority.
NV College provides competency-based programs. This means you learn about what to do and why, and you also put what you learn into practice.
Once you are assessed as competent in a unit of competency you will get a Statement of Attainment.
Most of our courses are classroom based so you need to attend the College for the training.
For our online courses you can work at your own pace but you may have a deadline for your assessments.
We really want you to succeed and achieve your Statement of Attainment or qualification.
You need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) so that you can enrol and so that we can issue any certifications that you achieve.
Some of our programs include work placements and you may need specific clothing for these. If so you will be given all the information before you enrol.
For more details see the Student Handbook.
NV College undertakes to provide services to students which are:
As a student you can make a complaint about the services provided by NV College.
What you will learn depends on the court you’re doing, however we can promise that our courses are all nationally-recognised.
A course to run shortly in Coffs Harbour at NV College will aim to reduce staff shortages currently impacting the aged and community
NV College is looking for Trainers and Assessors, with industry experience and knowledge, to join our friendly team in Coffs Harbour and Macksville. Our
Congratulations to students who graduated NV College’s Care Ready course today! There was cake and hula hoop exercises to celebrate. When asked what